If the statue comes to life, the emotion can be rescued.
If the dreamer is a statue it may mean that the true self has become far removed from reality.
If vou are the statue: you are too uptight and rigid, particularly at times when it would be wise to be much more approachable.
Depth Psychology: The statue stands for insensitivity. emotional coldness, or arrogance. Taken all together, these character traits will inevitably cause conflicts with others and within yourself.
If the statue is built from wood in the dream, it means that one seeks religious arguments or disputes.
If the statue is made of silver in the dream, it means that one elicits sexual relationship with his servant, or with a foreign woman, or perhaps just a friendship.
If the statue is made of gold in the dream, it means that one may commit an abominable action, or a religious inequity, or seeks profits from someone at the expense of displeasing God Almighty and consequently, one will suffer financial losses or health problems.
If the statue combines mixed material of bronze, copper, steel, iron, or lead in the dream, it means that such a person uses his religious garb to make profits, and that he often forgets about his Lord. Astatue in a dream also means travels. Seeing a golden or a silver statue in a dream also could mean prosperity. Seeing a bronze statue of a young woman moving around in a dream means a good harvest, prosperity, or travels.
If the statue is bigger than life-size, then it means a fright. Statues in a dream also represent one’s children, his sexual drive, or his determination.
If one sees himself worshiping a statue in a dream, it means that he is engaged in falsehood, giving preference to his personal desires and passions over obeying his Lord’s commands.
If one sees himself worshiping a golden statue in a dream, it means that he will solicit business from someone who worships God Almighty, though he will also suffer losses from such an association. It also means that he will lose his investment and it will show the weakness of his faith. Ifone sees himselfworshiping a statue made of silver in the dream, it means that he uses his religion to make business out of it, or to betray others through it, or that he will solicit the help of someone to do evil, or that he may sexually abuse a young girl who trusts his religious appearance.
If one sees a statue and does not associate it with worship, or if he does not see anyone worshiping it in his dream, his dream then represents financial gains.
A statue in a dream also means to be enamored with a woman or a boy. Statues in a dream also could mean deafness, idiotic behavior, dumbness, attachment to anything in this world, making an idol out of it, such as one’s love and attachment to his position, status, business, wife, beloved, house, or child, etcetera.
If one owns a statue in a dream, it means that he may marry a deaf, or a dumb, or a non-intelligent woman, or that he maybeget a child who will grow up having one or more of these defects. In whatever condition one sees the statue in his dream, it will reflect on any of the above.
A statue in a dream also represents a generation.
If the statue is missing something in the dream, such defect will definitely manifest in one’s society. Seeing a statue in a dream also could reflect one’s strength and determination.
If one breaks a statue, or lames it, or damages it in a dream, it means that he will vanquish his enemy and earn rank and fame. Ifthe statue in the dream portrays a particular woman, or if it is interpreted to represent a specific woman, then she will be quiet, intelligent and serene, or it could mean that she is stupid and has pride.
If you dream of being a statue yourself, you may be setting unrealistic goals for yourself. Also see “Statue of Liberty” below.
2. Someone one idolizes.
It is time to gently let your defenses melt and realize that you cannot heel what you cannot feel.
See Robot or Mannequin.
2- There is a basic side of nature which needs to look up to some- dung and this can be represented in dreams by a statue. Sometimes this statue is representative of an idea or concept rather than a person. Much can be gained by identifying what the statue stands for.
3- Spiritually; as we progress, we come up against the knowledge that we have given value lo something - for instance, a relationship that no longer has significance.
It is ‘dead’ and therefore solidified.
If the statue comes to life again, it can be rescued.
If you put someone on a pedestal it reflects scarcity of resources to achieve your goals.
If the statue comes to life in the dream it means that you will recover a friendship that was broken. Some oracles also say that sculptors are promising omens. If, in a dream, you see one working your fortunes will improve.
A particular attribute of the subject portrayed (such as grace or authority).
An idea the statue conveys (such as freedom or determination).
Something that seems significant about the statue or its condition (such as being immovable, broken, or incomplete).
You being or turning into a statue might represent a feeling or fear of being unable to respond, move, or make progress somewhere in your life.
See also: Artwork; Religious Figure; Religious Symbol; Fake; Can’t Move
adoring a: your relationship has become inflexible.
being a: have armored yourself behind a rigid facade.
bronze: are prone to lose wil power at the slightest diversion.
clay: the slightest hedge could leave you open to a countercharge.
marble: an unrequited love tortures your self-control.
being a: perfection must bury the real person.
naked man, of a: have removed yourself from reality.
woman: your message has reached cold hard lust.
saint, of a: wealth for one you thought had little respect for you.
several in a museum: your love is not wanted, except in your work.